"Who would have thought that an independent, progressive metal band from Perth, WA, would take a top 10 position at the world's biggest song contest?!!"
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has revealed the voting figures for Semi Finals One and Two at Eurovision, which determined which countries would make it to the Grand Final.
In the figures shown below (via TV Tonight), Australia’s Voyager took home the public televote with 149 points at Semi Final Two, topping Austria’s Teya & Salena by twelve points. Check out the results:
Semi Final One Public Televote:
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EUROVISION - That was absolutely surreal! There aren't enough words to describe how we're feeling ❤️🙏— VOYAGER (@Voyagerau) May 14, 2023
Who would have thought that an independent, progressive metal band from Perth, WA, would take a top 10 position at the world's biggest song contest?!!
📸 By Chloe Hashemi / EBU pic.twitter.com/PONbgs24vF
Semi Final Two Public Televote:
The Eurovision Song Contest wrapped up its 2023 extravaganza on Sunday morning. Voyager finished in ninth place. Andrew Lambrou placed 12th representing Cyprus – the Greek-Cypriot singer-songwriter was born and raised in Sydney, and previously vied to represent Australia at Eurovision 2022.
Eurovision 2023 was taken out by Sweden’s Loreen, who won the final vote with her performance of Tattoo.